Organizational Alignment

Organizational alignment requires a behavioral competency model defining the consistent and specific behaviors and motivations needed to fulfill the greater business purpose. It is achieved by aligning the five principle human resource systems to the specified competencies and setting them in relation to one another:

  • Selection and Assessment – The clear identification of the behaviors, motivations, and knowledge/skills needed to determine whether a candidate is qualified for a position.
  • Training and Development - Setting and implementing the framework for building capability, individual growth, and continuous learning on the job.
  • Performance Management – Focusing on an individual’s contribution to the organization’s success, while enhancing the individual’s behavioral capabilities and commitment to the organization.
  • Succession Management - The identification of talent for the top level(s) of the organization.
  • Compensation and Benefits – A fair and appropriate way to reward individuals based on their value to the organization, and not the magnitude of the organizational resources controlled or impacted.